Clean-up on nine beaches


Nestle volunteers at Pantai Santubong, Sarawak, collected a total of 1.1 tonnes of rubbish.

Nestle Malaysia continued its battle against plastic waste with a beach clean-up programme that saw the successful collection of over 5.6 tonnes of waste in nine locations nationwide.

The collaboration with Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) saw a participation of more than 600 Nestle employees.

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